[exhibition notice] Living and scenery of Tohoku, Hokkaido to see in old illustrated map and color woodblock print
Homma Museum of Art which reached the opening 70th anniversary in this year expanded store product by donation from many aesthetes since the opening.
We have you donate 136 points of color woodblock prints (Tamba collection) related to Tohoku and Hokkaido than Tsuneo Tamba who is from Sakata-shi, and is ukiyoe print collector on behalf of Japan in 1961.
We focus on scenery of Tohoku and Hokkaido and living and culture of people and, by book exhibition, introduce scenery print, bird's-eye view of the Meiji era from last years of Edo era mainly on Tamba collection.
Scenery described about 130 through 300 ago pleases us to do living of people of Ainu, beautiful Kisakata scenery before rising by earthquake, Sakata prospering in goods-carrying merchant ship, time travel including cityscape of the Westernization.
At the same time, old illustrated map which we drew displays Matsumae feudal clan and Shonai feudal clan of Hokkaido, Sendai feudal clan. Please enjoy while comparing Old illustrated map having map-like character with scenery print and bird's-eye view drawn for the purpose of pleasing information dispatch and the public.